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Photo Chop Shop is open lets give it a shot! by 85SEnochie
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Originally posted by 85SEnochie:

Yah I like that too I see what you mean



Or black out the driver's window to match the quarter window.

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Or black out the driver's window to match the quarter window.

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Yes good point either way would look better

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Thanks looks awesome. Could you do the stock quarter windows on the un-chopped car. I may make it my screen background!!!
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Chop Tops are hard but fun



You still can Randy...only just take 2" out instead of the usual 3". There's a guy in Germany, goes by Sharkman as I recall, and his GT is the best chopped top I've seen!

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Thanks looks awesome. Could you do the stock quarter windows on the un-chopped car. I may make it my screen background!!!


Will this work for you?



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Double post...

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Alright, pet project of mine:
For the headlights this front end:

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Toyota tacoma grille (just the large center polygon, not the side triangular wings):

Or

Or


And grand prix front markers:

And


Obviously you don't have to do every combination but just trying to get a feel for double4c headlights, tacoma grille and grand prix markers look together.
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Alright, pet project of mine:
For the headlights this front end:

Or


Toyota tacoma grille (just the large center polygon, not the side triangular wings):

Or

Or


And grand prix front markers:

And


Obviously you don't have to do every combination but just trying to get a feel for double4c headlights, tacoma grille and grand prix markers look together.


Here is the first one it is a guess on the scale of the marker lights?

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Well the lights are probably twice that size at least, they are about six or seven inches in diameter. Not to be too picky but they are also backwards (left and right Haha) Do you think adding the tacoma grilleand enlarging the lights will be easily done?
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Well the lights are probably twice that size at least, they are about six or seven inches in diameter. Not to be too picky but they are also backwards (left and right Haha) Do you think adding the tacoma grilleand enlarging the lights will be easily done?


It’s easy no problem I take it you want to see the grill done differently it is in the hole do you want it flush up front or even unmodified to give it a different look?

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I was actually implying putting that whole section of the grille on the front of the bumper, not just inserting it into the fiero grille. So the new grill would be much larger than the fiero grille. New shape of the grille would be
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I was actually implying putting that whole section of the grille on the front of the bumper, not just inserting it into the fiero grille. So the new grill would be much larger than the fiero grille. New shape of the grille would be
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Thanks for clearing that up, what do you yhink?

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I think it would look better inverted with an air splitter at the bottom of the bumper.

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Thanks a lot! That's more or less what I was looking for, Im thinking the angles might be a bit off but i like it.
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Crappy MS Paint attempt but I think this angle of the front end matched the grille better this time. Overall look is a bit better, not your photoshop skills those clearly look better, just sizes and angles match better.
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Crappy MS Paint attempt but I think this angle of the front end matched the grille better this time. Overall look is a bit better, not your photoshop skills those clearly look better, just sizes and angles match better.


Cool yah the angles look better. One of the things I see is in my photo chop the grill is crooked I swear I made that strait but it’s not sorry about that too

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I think it would look better inverted with an air splitter at the bottom of the bumper.

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I might have to try that. What do you meen by splitter?

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I might have to try that. What do you meen by splitter?



It is a flat horizontal lip under the front bumper. Here's one that's a little extreme. I was thinking of one a little smaller and less aggressive.

http://www.good-win-racing....ce-Part/60-1322.html

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Cool yah the angles look better. One of the things I see is in my photo chop the grill is crooked I swear I made that strait but it’s not sorry about that too



No sorry necessary, I keep going back to your pic and not seeing thru crooked grill Haha. I've been thinking about doing the grand prix lights and some modern grill, integra or this tacoma
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No sorry necessary, I keep going back to your pic and not seeing thru crooked grill Haha. I've been thinking about doing the grand prix lights and some modern grill, integra or this tacoma


How about inverted like boostdreamer suggested? I will try the splitter later.

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That does look good too... Hmmm I don't even own a fiero haha I am looking though, been wanting one for years but it hasnt worked out for me yet
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ok i want to try something can you stack the grand prix's lights into the fiero bucket difficult I know



What do you think? there has been a couple people that have done simaler things for thier headlights and the scale is a guess but hope you like it. I picked a bumper pad at a little better angle so that it fit the picture you gave me




I love that! best use of bumperpads I have seen. I will try that someday, once I get another Fiero.
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I love that! best use of bumperpads I have seen. I will try that someday, once I get another Fiero.


What page is it on I don't remember?

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can you put a reverse chop to this pic? and leave the side mirrors off and color match and blend in to the the A-pillar the black triangles at the base of the A-pillar and remove the side marker lights and hood vent and remove the headlight door lines?

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can you put a reverse chop to this pic? and leave the side mirrors off and color match and blend in to the the A-pillar the black triangles at the base of the A-pillar and remove the side marker lights and hood vent and remove the headlight door lines?


Here you go I think I got it all that you were asking?

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This would be cool as a hatchback!

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Here you go I think I got it all that you were asking?





pretty close. The only part you missed was the little triangle filler piece at the base of the A-pillar behind where the mirrors used to be, if you could make that little triangle filler yellow that would be it exactly. If you could do that it would be great!

Thanks for the photoshop
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I'd like to see a MadArch widebody that has stock front fenders. You'd have to do a gradual inward taper of the rocker from the rear to the front and add a body seam between the fender and the rocker.

Thanks! By the way, that last yellow pic you did was awesome!

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pretty close. The only part you missed was the little triangle filler piece at the base of the A-pillar behind where the mirrors used to be, if you could make that little triangle filler yellow that would be it exactly. If you could do that it would be great!

Thanks for the photoshop


Got it! here you go how is this?

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that's perfect. thanks very much, one last thing can you change the color to black or very dark blue?? Thanks again

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I'd like to see a MadArch widebody that has stock front fenders. You'd have to do a gradual inward taper of the rocker from the rear to the front and add a body seam between the fender and the rocker.

Thanks! By the way, that last yellow pic you did was awesome!

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Round one is it still sticking out to much?

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I can live with that! Looks great! Would you mind giving it a reverse chop and making the A and B pillars black between the upper and lower edges of the sail panel? Leaving the roof red, kinda like it was wearing a mask?

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I can live with that! Looks great! Would you mind giving it a reverse chop and making the A and B pillars black between the upper and lower edges of the sail panel? Leaving the roof red, kinda like it was wearing a mask?

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Yah I left the Gimp Program open so I could make some quick changes to what we had already done What do you think?



Maybe mold it into the stock side molding a little more?



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Very cool!!!

Thank you. I'm going to re-post this in Archie's "Any REAL interest in a wide body kit" thread.

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that's perfect. thanks very much, one last thing can you change the color to black or very dark blue?? Thanks again



Here you go hows this?

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How about inverted like boostdreamer suggested? I will try the splitter later.





What if the grille was flipped 180º? small at bottom instead of the top? Right now all I can think is cylon from battlestar galactica

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What if the grille was flipped 180º? small at bottom instead of the top? Right now all I can think is cylon from battlestar galactica


Here you go I just can't quite get it right but we'll go with this one.



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do you think you could do a Fastback and a Notchie with an 11 inch stretch in the rear ? with and without a widebody kit?

EDIT: I was thinking of using a Gt40 front clip as well so maybe something in the back that would flow with one? Idk ??

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Originally posted by IVANNATINKLE:

do you think you could do a Fastback and a Notchie with an 11 inch stretch in the rear ? with and without a widebody kit?

EDIT: I was thinking of using a Gt40 front clip as well so maybe something in the back that would flow with one? Idk ??



I will work on the other parts here soon did I stretch it in the right spot?



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perfect spot, thank you!
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